Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017

Notable & Quotable

  • "Questions Remain About Mysterious Juror Letter in Sampson Case," WBUR (Jan. 13) - MBA member Thomas Hoopes was quoted as a criminal law expert in a story about a mysterious letter submitted by a juror to the judge in the federal murder trial of Gary Lee Sampson.
  • "Liability limitation clause doesn't bar Chapter 93A claim," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Jan. 23) -- MBA members Kevin J. O'Connor and Richard M. Gelb commented on a recent Superior Court ruling regarding a Chapter 93A claim.
  • "Inheritance claim can be heard in Superior Court,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Jan. 23) -- MBA members Joseph L. Bierwirth, Viktor A. Theiss and Patricia L. Davidson provided insight into a recent decision in the Business Litigation Session involving a tort claim for interference with an inheritance.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Jan. 23) -- Chair of the MBA's Probate Law Section Timothy Sullivan was quoted in the Hearsay column on an Appeals Court decision regarding a real estate dispute.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Jan. 23) -- Photos from the Massachusetts Bar Foundation's Grantee Reception in Boston were featured on the People in the Law "On the Town" page. An MBF President's Award was presented to MBA member and Fitchburg attorney James T. Van Buren. Also featured in the photos were MBA President Jeffrey N. Catalano and President-elect Christopher P. Sullivan.